In a post-pandemic world which has led to business uncertainty, a company’s culture (the ‘how we do things around here’) is more important than ever. And underpinning every company culture is its organisational structure.
In Tribe Culture Change’s latest report, they explore the relationship between organisational structure, Health, Safety, Environment and Wellbeing (HSEW) culture, and the impact on overall business performance.
Mark Ormond, Managing Director at Tribe Culture Change says, “Where HSEW sits within an organisation reflects the perceived importance of HSEW.”
He continues, “If you’re in a position where you can influence what happens (maybe through your line management) then HSEW matters. If you or your line management have little or no influence, it will impact the business.”
The research findings are based on a survey with over 100 companies as well as interviews with a cross-section of HSEW leaders spanning many industries.
Tribe’s Lead Consultant, Kanthi Ford, authored the report. She says, “Carrying out this research allowed us to explore the challenges and opportunities for different organisation designs.”
“We look at opportunities or limitations associated with current structures and cultures as well as highlighting areas for improvement to enhance business performance.”
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